Elke Bachler – our Chief Information Security Officer – talks about her serendipitous career approach, why you don’t need to be a computer scientist to work in IT, and why she finds information security so exciting.
Another summer is coming to an end and it’s time to bid farewell and good luck to this year’s interns.
Bronek Masojada, Chief Executive Officer of Hiscox, was last night named Outstanding Contributor of the year for a Risk Carrier at Insurance Insider’s annual honours, the biggest of the London Market awards events.
A classic car, from an Alvis to a Zodiac, could be just the answer if you find your modern vehicle lacking excitement or charm.
As part of our Boomerang series exploring what brings people back to us after they leave for pastures new, we hear from Chris Hood, Head of Group Internal Audit for Hiscox.
We’ve teamed up with Eigen Technologies, the global provider of natural language processing (NLP) technology, to automate some of our internal processes.
Fancy a career in insurance and wondering how you get started? A-levels perhaps followed by an apprenticeship? Or a degree and then a graduate scheme? Yes to both of those of course but there are other, less conventional paths.
In this first in a series exploring what brings people back to us after they leave for pastures new, we hear from one of our Hiscox ‘Boomerangs’, Adam Rose, Commercial Team Manager at Hiscox, about his experience.
Together with her team, Abigail Little – a Trainee Underwriter on the Hiscox graduate scheme – scooped the top prize in KPMG’s Insurance Innovation Challenge with an app that ‘insures’ you have a good experience.
Michael Coyle, an Information Security Analyst at Hiscox, explains how he came to realise his dream of working in IT.